Last year, the 7th ITEM Business & Technology IT Conference was held in Dnipro. In 2 days this event gathered 40 speakers from 15 countries and 800+ participants! Today we’d like you to join ITEM 2019! On June 7th, ITEM Product Kyiv 2019 (this time in Kyiv!) will be devoted to Customer Development!
Recently we shared with you the news we are especially proud of. Ukraine is on the 1st place in Europe in terms of the volume of IT service exports! Wow, right? But that’s not all. It appeared that our country is also on the 6th place in the world for the score on coding tests! To read all the information in details, we present you the insights from Devskiller Global Technical Hiring & Skills Report 2019.
This year Syndicode was happy to meet all together, both Kyiv and Dnipro offices, to celebrate Christmas. We wish you merry and joyful winter holidays with your family and friends! Make the next year special. Enjoy the photos of Syndicode team celebrating Christmas 2018! Join us next year!
Last time we shared with you some tips on how to choose the right outsourcing partner for software development. Now it’s time to talk about 5 mistakes in choosing an outsourcing partner you can make. Let’s avoid them together.
While you should already know why it is important to understand the benefits of outsourcing in software development, today we’d like you to know several important key principles of how to choose your outsourcing partner for software development you wouldn’t regret. Take this all into account!
These days the internet is booming with nice useful products, sites, and apps that largely simplify the human’s life. Starting from tools to boost your development workflow (like Trello or Slack) and online shops and ending with social networks (for business as well!) and media applications. For the business owners, like as for the users, this situation is an outstanding opportunity to reach new horizons and to bring your idea to life. The new era of web solutions made it possible to enter the field even without enormous bank’s credit or raising money from the investors. Both variants of course possible too, but many startups avoided high risks by going the bootstrapping way. Whatever way you choose, you need developers! Of course, professional ones. But not the expensive ones (you run a startup). Rails developers might be just right for you in this case. The question is where to find Ruby on Rails developers for your next startup?